The recent discussion about the Truepoint illustrates how much work needs to be done on the very interesting lesser-known brands. It comes as no surprise that Messrs Hull and Russell are hard at work on the subject and I eagerly await the result of their labours. It also shows the valuable contribution of collectors.
When I began this blog, many years ago, I made a point of buying and writing about pens I hadn’t seen or heard about before. Often there was little to say about them beyond a physical description of the pen. Now we can hope to fill in those details before too long.
In recent times the various boards and Facebook groups have become increasingly devoted to modern pens. It’s good to have a conversation about vintage pens continuing here.
2 thoughts on “The Lesser-Known Pens Have Their Day”
Deb. It is good thank you 👍🏻….and long may it continue. ✨
Any interesting pens, Rob?